Ulala: Idle Adventure Classes Guide – Best Class & Character

In Ulala: Idle Adventure game, there are a total of eight classes. Let’s have a look at this Ulala: Idle Adventure classes guide – best class & character

At the character creation time, you need to do two things – choose a character and his/her class form and give him/her a unqiue name. There are four characters in Ulala: Idle Adventure and each character possess two classes. So there are a total of eight classes in the game. You can choose anyone out of all these and start the adventure. The game allows you to create multiple character profile with a different class. At the beginning of the game, you can create three characters. And, by raising their level, you can unlock more character slots. However, you can not delete a character. Let’s not waste any time and head to the main content – Ulala: Idle Adventure Classes guide – best class in the game.

Ulala: Idle Adventure Classes: –

  • Assassin
  • Hunter
  • Gladiator
  • Warrior
  • Warlock
  • Shaman
  • Druid
  • Mage

Ulala: Idle Adventure Assassin Class –Ulala: Idle Adventure Classes

  • Attack – 5/5
  • Survival – 3/5
  • Support – 3/5

Info – Assasin is a melee DPS character class in the game. He excels in close-range combat battles. By equipping the best gears, you can improve his survivability and melee attack stats. Overall a good melee DPS – but not the best.

Ulala: Idle Adventure Hunter Class –Ulala: Idle Adventure Classes

  • Attack – 5/5
  • Survival – 4/5
  • Support – 3/5

Info – Hunter is another DPS class – excels in dealing damage to the enemies. His skills help him dealing the massive damage to the horde of enemies. His survivability is also good. But don’t expect any support from him – as his strength is dealing damage, not to support the allies.

Ulala: Idle Adventure Gladiator Class –Ulala: Idle Adventure Classes

  • Attack – 4/5
  • Survival – 5/5
  • Support – 3/5

Info – A tank class character in the game who excels in dealing with the enemies from the front. With a high survivability rate and decent DPS stats, Gladiator is one of the best-balanced classes in the game or maybe a weird one?. Gladiator vs Warrior – Gladiator uses self-healing skills to increase his survivability rate while Warrior uses shield skills to increase his survivability rate.

Ulala: Idle Adventure Warrior Class –Ulala: Idle Adventure Warrior Class

  • Attack – 3/5
  • Survival – 5/5
  • Support – 4/5

Info – Another tank class character in the game. The warrior posses high HP and defense stats & skills to lead from the front – which improves his survivability in the battle. The only difference between warrior and gladiator is the attack strength – because of the high survivability and good attack stats, Gladiator becomes the most balanced unit in the game. But if we take a look at the skills of both these classes, it turns out that Warrior has better tank skills. On the other hand, Gladiator has self-healing skills & DPS skills. If you are looking for the best tank class, go with Warrior – he has better skills than the Gladiator. But if you are looking for a tank class with decent DPS skills, go with the Gladiator.

Ulala: Idle Adventure Warlock Class –Warlock Class

  • Attack – 5/5
  • Survival 4/5
  • Support – 3.8/5

Info – Warlock is a ranged-DPS class character in the game. In the support aspect, she would not help you much. But when it comes to crushing the enemies, she stands out of the crowd. She possesses the ultimate damage skills with some healing skills. Those who love to play as a ranged-DPS should give her a try.

Ulala: Idle Adventure Shaman Class –Shaman Class

  • Attack – 3/5
  • Survival – 3/5
  • Support – 5/5

Info – Don’t expect any tank or attack abilities from this character. Her only true strength is supporting the team allies with healing and buffs skills. She would not deal any significant damage – however, a healer is must in the team. Usually, most of the player choose DPS classes. If you choose healer, you are likely to get tons of invites. Although, you would not be able to progress without other allies; DPS, tank. So that’s the negative point.

Ulala: Idle Adventure Druid Class –Druid Class

  • Attack – 3/5
  • Survival – 4/5
  • Support – 5/5

Info – Druid is another supporter/healer class in the game. She possesses worthy supportive skills which help other team members in the battle. Her survivability is decent – but she is not good at dealing damage. So if you want a supporter with good survivability, you can opt for her. Otherwise, don’t!

Ulala: Idle Adventure Mage Class –Mage Class

  • Attack – 5/5
  • Survival – 3/5
  • Support – 3/5

Info – Her attack strength is good – she can perform well with a good tank class team. Tank class character leads from the front and work as a cover for the DPS allies or ranged class. If there is no tank, then you are likely to die fast. So that’s the disadvantage.

So that would be all in this Ulala: Idle Adventure Classes guide for the beginners. Now, let’s know about the Ulala: Idle Adventure Best Class.

What is the best class in Ulala: Idle Adventure Game?

First, you need to understand the combat mechanics of the game. It does not offer solo combat – the player fights in the team – a team of four players. And, any player can create and join the team. And, to get the most out of this function, players recruit or build the team wisely. In short, you would not be fighting alone. In a balanced team, there would be two DPS, one tank, and one healer. You have to choose the class based on your playing style –

  • If you want to be a healer or supporter for the rest of the team, pick Druid or Shaman
  • For tank or heavy defense/HP, pick Gladiator or Warrior
  • If you want to play as DPS, pick assassin or warlock or mage or hunter(considering the survivability and support scores)

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13 thoughts on “Ulala: Idle Adventure Classes Guide – Best Class & Character”

    • Lol.
      Gladiator = flexible tank; can deal decent dmg
      Druid = arguably the best healer; heals over time
      Warlock = best DPS when its’s DoT; skills take time
      Hunter = best DPS for crits; fast at skill rotations
      Hehe.

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  1. With all DPS classes the abilities you choose and the order you put them in is what determines how good you are going to preform, not which class you pick. Too many abilities with cast times and you will only get off a few casts before the rage timer. If you have a strong finishing ability make sure it’s going off at the 59 – 60 second mark.

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  2. People are saying warlocks beats hunter with damage in long fights. My hunter was the same power as my warlock teammate and I did over 150k more damage. This was a long fight. Beat the boss after frenzy started.

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  3. WARLOCK is de best class. Hunter might great class with highCrtical dmg, but in long fight Warlock always have more dmg than a Hunter.

    I use the Soul skill combo make 400k dmg and the hunter just only 300k dmg.

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  4. So far Warlock seems to be the most powerful. Great damage, self heals, helps allies more than other pure dps classes. I also don’t feel as squishy as healers or hunters. I’ve had higher level tanks be less tanky just because I was active. Granted the activity plays a big part. But lvl 15 and lvl 17 are decently different because lvl 16 unlocks pets.

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  5. I have just started playing it and as per current experience Hunter seems to be the best DPS class. However you should consider the hp or survival stats too because low survivability characters such as healers and ranged DPS die fast if there is no tank or melee in front. Also it does not matter what class you have opted – find the best team for you and then it will be all ok
    BTW thanks for the guide

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